Golf, How to Swing the Putter Much Better for Good Golf Scores!

By | March 15, 2011

Welcome back,

This is another tip about improving my golf, how to swing the putter. The sentence is kind of awkward but I do that in the hopes I will get this blog on the front page of the search engines so that I can help more people with their golf swing.

Anyway, to get back to putting and the golf swing with putting, I will tell you that I have change my putting technique to do the following; MAKE SHORT PUTTS!!

That is correct. In general, I have the putting knowledge to get the lag put to within a ten foot radius. That means I must get my second or last putt to go in from ten feet or less. So I am concentrating on those putts.

I have started out with a roll of toilet paper. I begin by trying to hit the toilet paper like it would drop into a hole and make putts from 12 feet. I put six balls in a circle around 12 feet from the roll of paper. I must tell you though, my living/dining room is not big enough to have 24 feet available for all of my putts. So I put six balls at 12 feet but mostly on one side.

I continued to practice those until I could make all six. Then I would continue so that I was making five out of six every time I set it up. Then I moved down to ten feet and did the same. I did eight foot putts next and so on until I got to three feet. I was doing the six balls around the toilet roll and then move to a large cup and now I use a plastic 12 ounce “glass” laying on its side with the mouth pointing towards my putts. In order to get the ball into the glass I must be accurate to about an inch otherwise it will not go into the cup.

Once I made six in a row using the plastic glass, I went back out to Buy Viagra prescription online six feet and will continue out to 12 feet.

If I can make five out of six with this smallĀ  a target at 12 feet, I will be a great putter.

I know that the carpet is a lot slower then the grass greens but the most important part is aim and stroke. To make sure that the stroke is consistent I close my eyes when I putt on every third putt. I only open my eyes after a second or more has passed to see where the ball ended up. This makes me stroke the ball the way I want to do it whereas when I would keep my eyes open I would tend to try and guide it and either push or pull the putt.

By the way, I think I have finally got my stroke for the perfect golf swing. But that is for next time.

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